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Appalachian Life Enrichment Counseling Center

restoring balance in an unbalanced world. 

Rachel Harris

Highly Sensitive Healer, Fierce Advocate, Animal Lover
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Areas of expertise. 

Grief, Depression/Anxiety, Trauma, Couples, Women's Issues, LGBTQIA+ issues, OCD, Authenticity, Adolescents, Addictions, and Life Transitions.

Approach.

Person-Centered, Evidence-Based, Humanistic, and Strength-Based.

I am passionately committed to helping others find who they truly are and guiding them towards their best lives. I believe that everyone has the unlimited potential to change, grow, and find happiness.

We don't see things as they are, we see them as we are. ― Anaïs Nin

Rachel Harris,  Graduate Level Intern

Appalachian Life Enrichment Counseling Center

about.

Traveler, Hiker, Writer, Fur Mom, Auntie

I am a lifelong learner and traveler who has picked up many things about life and the world through my own healing. I believe that everyone has a unique “self” that is waiting to come out, sing, and heal them! I am committed to meeting others where they are and helping them find that internal lantern that will illuminate their path.

As a former Funeral Director, I spent years having the privilege to serve others.  I am honored to continue the practice of service through counseling and siting with others during their own journeys.

Professional Background.

Rachel is a Master of Social Work student at Yeshiva University and will graduate in 2024. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Funeral Service Management from Mid-America College and an Associate of Science in Funeral Service Management from Gupton-Jones College.  She is a member of Pi Sigma Eta and a recipient of the Mu Sigma Alpha Award. She is also a 2022 AmeriCorps Service Member Alumni.

Licenses
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Certifications | AWARDS
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